It's absolutely beautiful. We got to relax on the beach in the afternoon, great place to people watch while at the same time having your own comfort zone. There is a nearby restaurant where you can get some amazing churros!! (no fillings!) and then if you are not a fan of the outdoors, there is a large mall right across the street called Aqua city. Beautiful aquarium that greets you at the entrance.
I have always thought that Odaiba is underrated. It is a great little island to visit for the day to take in some shopping at venus fort or the other shopping galleries. There are many restaurants that offer an incredible view of the Rainbow Bridge at night. As for the Park, I wouldn't even compare it to an American park just like I wouldn't compare and American Park to Odaiba's. It is a nice place to relax and unwind and watch the boats go by with a backdrop setting of the Rainbow Bridge. If anything, it is more exciting than most parks because you are able to watch something other than the wind blowing in the trees.
The park isn't all that incredible. It's a quiet retreat, but is mostly a spot for younger couples to come and have a seat. It's pretty dark, but well lit enough that you won't feel like you're going to trip over your own feet.
At night the view is very pretty and a great photo opportunity. If you're visiting Odaiba for the day, wait for this spot till last and after the sun has set. Lovely!
This area is big and open. In addition to a lot of shopping, there is a water park further down the island, as well as a maritime museum and a park. Odaiba is so big that to properly explore, renting a bicycle might be a good idea. The signs warn against swimming or even wading for obvious reasons. When in season, the barge bars anchor in the sheltered area near the beach. Their lanterns reflect off the water providing a beautiful scene of days gone by.
Odaiba Park runs along a cape that stretches from the bay to the shopping centers. Part beach and part forest, Odaiba Park is a popular couples' place after dark - there are plenty of benches, and, unfortunately, mosquitoes. Apart from the dull highway noise from Rainbow Bridge, Odaiba Park is pretty quiet. Red lantern boats cruise by during the summer time.
Although it's quite dark, I felt very safe at the park, even in the middle of the night. There's a police box nearby, and everyone else seems harmless. By American standards this park isn't all that incredible, but in Tokyo you take what you can get.